- Fri Jan 25, 2013 5:26 pm #285319
If that's the case, then can we have a 'serious' Dacre's Drip thread, where the real corrosive stuff doesn't get mixed in with the simply lame?
We do'nt need No stinkin' punctyation or speelin here. I bin tole.
I'm not convinced of that. Many examples here are trivial, and I think the usual reason is that the headline is written by a sub-editor who hasn't read the article properly.lord_kobel wrote:A deliberately misleading headline is one of his ways.
*Begging your forgiveness for despoiling your fine crop with my mangy scalp, Sorr*Daley Mayle wrote:*accidentally catches the back of Boogers' head with my riding crop.*oboogie wrote:Thankee koindly, Sorr. *tugs forelock*
If you'll allow a small pedantic digression, the section is currently called "The Dacre Drip", not the original (coined by Malcolm, I believe) "Dacre's Drip" - which I consider to be better.Daley Mayle wrote:The thread is now back in Dacre's Drip.
Arnold wrote:I'm not convinced of that. Many examples here are trivial, and I think the usual reason is that the headline is written by a sub-editor who hasn't read the article properly.lord_kobel wrote:A deliberately misleading headline is one of his ways.
I favour moving "Headline vs story" elsewhere.
City high-flyer in sex bias case brings hearing to a halt to breastfeed her baby
Having brought Heidi to the tribunal in central London, Miss Tantum left to breastfeed her during a break.
Her fiancé Stuart Tozer and his mother have also been on hand to look after the baby in the four-day hearing.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... z2KxxQku6e" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;. . and as if to prove a point, she proved exactly why she was let go, by interrupting her own unfair dismissal proceedings by breastfeeding . . . frankly I wouldn't want her as my lawyer with a unfocused attitude like that
- wright852, Swindon, United Kingdom, 15/2/2013 7:19
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